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Bipanchika, Anubhawar Shabdajyoti released at press club

The third annual issue of Bipanchika, published by Karmabir Nabin Chandra Bardoloi Puthibharal Paduoi Samaj, was released at Guwahati Press Club on Sunday. The same meeting also witnessed the release of Anubhawar Shabdajyoti, a collection of Assamese poems penned by Lambit Barua and published by Kohima Sahitya Sabha from Nagaland.

Inaugurating the annual magazine Bipanchika, director of Assam Library Services, Uttam Sharma appreciated the effort of the readers attached to Karmabir Nabin Chandra Bardoloi Puthibharal for their continuous effort to bring out an annual publication comprising articles from different sections of the society.

On the other hand releasing Anubhawar Shabdajyoti, journalist Nava Thakuria expressed hope that the initiative of Kohima Sahitya Sabha will enrich the Assamese literary world in a different way. He also pointed out that Assamese writers based in northeast India should also initiate to publicize their creations through digital medium as well. Various speakers including senior librarian Rabindranath Pathak, Kohima Sahitya Sabha president Prahlad Sonowal, poet Lambit Barua, artist Debananda Ulup, Atul Bharali, Rabin Baruah, Hiramoni Pathak, Sewali Kalita, Nabajyoti Sikder, Runumi Bhattacharya, Runu Goswami, Meghali Das, Chandan Das, Radhika Sonowal, Amiya Sonowal, Jayanta Sarkar, Baishali Sharma etc also highlighted the need of regular interactions among various sections in Assamese society.

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